Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says it’s wrong to think that social media platforms are used to provoke people. In an interview with HBO Axios, he acknowledged that partisan content on Facebook usually gets a high degree of engagement, but he said it doesn’t explain everything people see, read and learn on Facebook. “I think sometimes there is a fine line between the high level of energy and importance to an important issue and something that could cause harm,” he said in an interview released on Tuesday He added that Facebook gives individuals more power to find and follow voices that resonate more with their life experiences. < / P > < p > and his comments followed a wave of resistance against the company, including Facebook’s own employees. In May, Facebook employees staged a “virtual strike” to protest the company’s decision not to dispose of a post by US President Donald Trump that they said might incite violence. In July, more than 1000 companies, including big brands such as the north face and Ben & Jerry &? 39; s, announced that they would stop buying Facebook ads until the company took more measures to combat hate speech on its platform. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract